Omaha SQL/BI User Group Meeting - June 5th, 2013 at 6:00 PM
Start Time: June 05 2013, 12:00 AM
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Posted by jnaras at May 20 2013, 5:18 PM

We will be meeting at CRi facility, in the 5th floor. They are located at 72nd and Mercy Road. This meeting will be sponsored by Client Resources Inc(CRi).
CRi is the technology partner business leaders turn to when they want IT Talent and Solutions from the conventional to the cutting edge. Our consultants call us the gig team. “Get It Great” isn’t just our motto, it’s ingrained in every member of our team, every day. We deliver the highest level of technical competency in Mobile, Application Development & Integration, Enterprise IT Strategy, and Application Managed Services. 
Incorporated in 1999, CRi is a certified woman-owned Nebraska-based corporation that has received several awards for its growth, quality of service and excellence in business. CRi is recognized locally, regionally and throughout the US as one of the industry leaders in providing Information Technology services and solutions. Today, CRi employs over 170 IT and business professionals and works with clients across various industries public sector, healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, banking, retail and travel. 
Michael Friedman will be speaking on “Keeping Track of Others – Using TFS database projects and tracking changes”. With the new SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) we’ll look at creating database projects and generating automate alerts when someone changes your database.
Michael Friedman is a database developer with Farm Credit Services of America. He has been involved in development and design of data centric systems for 30 years. With a focus towards “How fast can we go?”.  Over the past couple of years Mike has invested time creating an environment where agile development teams can also contribute to the database side of projects without creating headaches for the project DBA. Mike’s application experience has been mostly in finance and bank. And he is also a SQL-MCP and member of the ACM and American Society of Quality (ASQ).
As usual, we will have great food and of course, SWAG to give away! 

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